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Download the following two documents: Part I and Part II (these documents are taken from https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/manual/teaching-in-the-saviors-way/teacher-council-meetings?lang=eng(Links to an external site.)).
2. You now need to combine these two documents into one document by importing Part II into Part I. Here are the steps to do that.
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Apply two columns (title not included). You earn a bonus point if the title on page 3 is not included in the columns.
Balance columns on page 2 and page 3 using a continuous section break.
Insert three bookmarks:
one titled Teacher at the very beginning of the document,
one titled What_Should_Happen just before the sentence that reads “What should happen in a teacher council meeting?”, and
one titled Teaching_Saviors_Way just before the sentence that reads “Introduction: Teaching in the Savior’s Way.”
Insert three hyperlinks to the scripture references found on page three.
Add a sentence to the beginning of the document, that links to the provided training video found at the top of the Part I document.
Add a link to the “Introduction: Teaching in the Savior’s Way” bookmark on the third page. The link should be the last sentence in the Practice and invite bullet point. See the PDF document.
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Introduction: Teaching in the Savior’s Way
When you think about the Savior’s way of teaching, what comes to mind? Can you see Him teaching the multitudes by the sea, speaking privately with the woman at the well, or blessing a little child? As you read about Him in the scriptures, what do you notice about His way of helping others learn and grow? What does teaching in the Savior’s way mean to you?
The Savior’s Way of Teaching
Jesus Christ declared, “I am the way” (John 14:6). As you ponder His life and your own opportunities to teach, you will find that the way to become an effective teacher is to become more like the Savior. The Savior’s way of teaching came from who He was and the “power of the Spirit” that He carried with Him (Luke 4:14). The key to teaching as the Savior taught is to live as the Savior lived.
And how did He live?
The Savior was full of love. Whether He was encouraging a penitent sinner, tutoring His disciples, or rebuking the Pharisees, everything the Savior did was an expression of love. This love and compassion for people and their needs led Him to teach in ways that were meaningful to them. When the Savior taught, familiar, real-life experiences like fishing, childbirth, and herding sheep became spiritual lessons.
The Savior sought and obeyed His Father’s will and taught His Father’s doctrine. From His childhood Jesus was “about [His] Father’s business,” seeking to do “always those things that please him.” “My doctrine is not mine,” He said, “but his that sent me” (Luke 2:49;John 8:29).
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Each ward should hold quarterly teacher council meetings in which teachers can counsel together about principles of Christlike teaching.
When should these meetings be held?
Teacher council meetings should normally take place during the 50-minute class time of the two-hour schedule of Sunday meetings.
· Priesthood, Relief Society, and Young Women teachers can attend on either the first or third Sunday, as determined by local leaders.
· Sunday School teachers can attend on either the second or fourth Sunday, as determined by local leaders.
· Primary teachers can attend on any Sunday, as determined by the ward Primary and Sunday School presidencies. If desired, Primary teachers may meet separately from other teachers to counsel about the unique needs of teaching children. More than one council may be held during a quarter for Primary teachers, with only a portion of teachers attending each, so that all the teachers do not miss Primary classes the same week. (Note:As needed, the Primary presidency assigns substitute teachers, combines classes, or makes other arrangements to allow Primary teachers to attend teacher council meetings.)
Who should attend?
Everyone who teaches a quorum or class in the ward should attend, along with at least one of the priesthood or auxiliary leaders responsible for those teachers. If necessary, participants may be divided into groups according to the needs of those they teach. For example, teachers of youth or children may benefit from meeting separately on occasion to discuss issues specifically related to teaching youth or children.
Who leads these meetings?
The ward council, with assistance from the Sunday School presidency, oversees teacher council meetings. In most cases, a member of the Sunday School presidency acts as discussion leader for the meetings; other ward members may be assigned to lead meetings on occasion.
What should happen in a teacher council meeting?
(Note:These instructions are for discussion leaders.) After an opening prayer, the teacher council meeting should follow this format:
· Share and counsel together.Invite teachers to share recent teaching experiences, ask questions related to teaching, and share ideas for overcoming challenges. This part of the meeting could include a review of principles discussed in previous meetings.
· Learn together.Invite teachers to discuss one of the principles presented in this resource. The principles may be addressed in any order, and unless otherwise directed by the ward council, the participants in the meeting may choose the next principle to be discussed. It is not necessary to cover every aspect of the principle in one teacher council meeting—you can spend more than one meeting on a principle if needed.
· Practice and invite.As appropriate, help teachers practice the principle they have discussed. Invite them to record and act upon any impressions they receive about how to apply the principle in their teaching—including in their efforts to teach in their homes. Encourage them to begin studying the next principle to be discussed.
As much as possible, teacher council meetings should model the principles being discussed.
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Teacher Training
Each ward should hold quarterly teacher
council meetings in which teachers can
counsel together about principles of
Christlike teaching. Use this link to view
How to Conduct a Teacher Council
Meeting.
When should these meetings be held?
Teacher council meetings should normally
take place during the 50-minute class time
of the two-hour schedule of Sunday
meetings.
• Priesthood, Relief Society, and Young
Women teachers can attend on either
the first or third Sunday, as determined
by local leaders.
• Sunday School teachers can attend on
either the second or fourth Sunday, as
determined by local leaders.
• Primary teachers can attend on any
Sunday, as determined by the ward
Primary and Sunday School
presidencies. If desired, Primary
teachers may meet separately from
other teachers to counsel about the
unique needs of teaching children. More
than one council may be held during a
quarter for Primary teachers, with only
a portion of teachers attending each, so
that all the teachers do not miss Primary
classes the same week. (Note: As
needed, the Primary presidency assigns
substitute teachers, combines classes,
or makes other arrangements to allow
Primary teachers to attend teacher
council meetings.)
Who should attend?
Everyone who teaches a quorum or class in
the ward should attend, along with at least
one of the priesthood or auxiliary leaders
responsible for those teachers. If necessary,
participants may be divided into groups
according to the needs of those they teach.
For example, teachers of youth or children
may benefit from meeting separately on
occasion to discuss issues specifically
related to teaching youth or children.
Who leads these meetings?
The ward council, with assistance from the
Sunday School presidency, oversees teacher
council meetings. In most cases, a member
of the Sunday School presidency acts as
discussion leader for the meetings; other
ward members may be assigned to lead
meetings on occasion.
What should happen in a teacher council
meeting?
(Note: These instructions are for discussion
leaders.) After an opening prayer, the
teacher council meeting should follow this
format:
• Share and counsel together. Invite
teachers to share recent teaching
experiences, ask questions related to
teaching, and share ideas for
overcoming challenges. This part of the
meeting could include a review of
principles discussed in previous
meetings.
• Learn together. Invite teachers to
discuss one of the principles presented
in this resource. The principles may be
addressed in any order, and unless
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otherwise directed by the ward council,
the participants in the meeting may
choose the next principle to be
discussed. It is not necessary to cover
every aspect of the principle in one
teacher council meeting—you can
spend more than one meeting on a
principle if needed.
• Practice and invite. As appropriate, help
teachers practice the principle they
have discussed. Invite them to record
and act upon any impressions they
receive about how to apply the principle
in their teaching—including in their
efforts to teach in their homes.
Encourage them to begin studying the
next principle to be discussed. Click here
to go to the Teaching in the Savior’s
Way section.
As much as possible, teacher council
meetings should model the principles being
discussed.
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Introduction: Teaching in the Savior’s Way

When you think about the Savior’s way of
teaching, what comes to mind? Can you see
Him teaching the multitudes by the sea,
speaking privately with the woman at the
well, or blessing a little child? As you read
about Him in the scriptures, what do you
notice about His way of helping others learn
and grow? What does teaching in the
Savior’s way mean to you?
The Savior’s Way of Teaching
Jesus Christ declared, “I am the way” (John
14:6). As you ponder His life and your own
opportunities to teach, you will find that
the way to become an effective teacher is
to become more like the Savior. The
Savior’s way of teaching came from who He
was and the “power of the Spirit” that He
carried with Him (Luke 4:14). The key to
teaching as the Savior taught is to live as
the Savior lived.

And how did He live?
The Savior was full of love. Whether He was
encouraging a penitent sinner, tutoring His
disciples, or rebuking the Pharisees,
everything the Savior did was an expression
of love. This love and compassion for
people and their needs led Him to teach in
ways that were meaningful to them. When
the Savior taught, familiar, real-life
experiences like fishing, childbirth, and
herding sheep became spiritual lessons.
The Savior sought and obeyed His Father’s
will and taught His Father’s doctrine. From
His childhood Jesus was “about [His]
Father’s business,” seeking to do “always
those things that please him.” “My doctrine
is not mine,” He said, “but his that sent me”
(Luke 2:49)

https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/scriptures/nt/john/14?lang=eng&clang=eng
https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/scriptures/nt/john/14?lang=eng&clang=eng
https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/scriptures/nt/luke/4?lang=eng&clang=eng
https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/scriptures/nt/luke/2?lang=eng
Teacher Training
When should these meetings be held?
Who should attend?
Who leads these meetings?
What should happen in a teacher council meeting?
Introduction: Teaching in the Savior’s Way
The Savior’s Way of Teaching
And how did He live?

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